Yes . Is very good . And diff from 2.4 to 2.5 is huge .
2011/1/26 Onyeibo Oku <twohot(a)fedoraproject.org>:
On 01/26/2011 01:03 PM, valent.turkovic(a)gmail.com wrote:
> Hi galls and guys,
> I saw that there are no up to date instuctions for getting Blender
> 2.56 running on Fedora, not even on Blender wiki so I wrote up this
> blog post:
or long version:
> I would like to ask you to try out these instructions and post any
> feedback that you have, especially if there are some errors in
> Also if there are some Blender artists in Fedora design team please
> test if all Blender functions work correctly.
> I saw some Blender 2.56 packages in Koji for F15, does anybody know if
> Blender 2.56 will ship with Fedora 15?
> I talked with few Blender artists that I know and asked them which
> version of Blender they used. They all replied that they used 2.56 and
> not 2.49. They all claim that Blender 2.56 is rock solid on both OSX
> and Windows, I don't know Blender artists that use Linux :(
> So if Blender 2.56 turns out to be stable could it be made to replace
> aging 2.45 in Fedora 14 and 15?
I've been using Blender 2.5x since it was Alpha. Never liked 2.49b
because it kept crashing on my F11 box back then. I build straight from
svn and update almost every week. Its a solid Open-source software.
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